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All interns are supervised by Angel Landrum, LPC-S, LCDC. The intern sessions are available on a sliding scale.
Please review our bio's and if you are interested in meeting with us please contact us here.
Rachel Wulbert, PHD, LMSW, ME.d.
As a therapist my lens is one of attachment: research supports that the way we experience and regulate our emotions is learned from the attachments that developed early in life. You may be experiencing frustration because your current relationships are consistently challenging.
When we experience these issues, it makes it difficult to feel connected to ourselves and to others. This lack of connection can be lonely and distressing. Many of us have used drugs, alcohol, food, relationships, self-criticism and other self-defeating behaviors to numb the pain of disconnection.
It has been my experience that even though you may not feel like it right now, every experience - whether joyful or painful - has the potential to contribute to your life and can be deeply transformational.
I completed my Phd, master’s in social work and master’s in education at the University of Texas. When I am not working, I love spending time with my family and two fabulous springer spaniel rescue pups, gardening, traveling, and enjoying new restaurants in Austin.
Kelsey Snavely, LPC-Intern, LCDC
Kelsey Snavely is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor supervised by Angel Landrum, MA, LPC-S, LCDC, MAC. She graduated with honors from St. Edward’s University with a Master of Arts in Counseling after completing a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Psychology from Southern Methodist University. Kelsey has experience working in an intensive outpatient program for court-mandated individuals, providing individual and group counseling to individuals struggling with substance use, and working with HIV+ and LGBTQ populations. She currently works at the Narcotic Treatment Program through Integral Care, and uses a harm-reduction approach when working with clients.
Kelsey provides a safe, comfortable space and relies on client-centered practices. No two clients are the same, so tailoring a treatment plan specifically for each individual will empower clients to achieve their goals. Kelsey facilitates exploration of deeper issues relating to family, culture, significant events, and relationships and how these contribute to current situations.
All interns are supervised by Angel Landrum, LPC-S, LCDC. The intern sessions are available on a sliding scale based on need.